Sunday, 28 May 2017

Peace...





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Father, Mother, God,

Thank you for your presence during the hard and mean days.
For then we have you to lean upon.

Thank you for your presence during the bright and sunny days.
For then we can share that which we have with those who have less.

And thank you for your presence during the Holy Days.
For then we are able to celebrate you and our families and our friends

For those who have no voice, we ask you to speak.

For those who feel unworthy, we ask you to pour your love out in waterfalls of tenderness.

For those who live in pain, we ask you to bathe them in the river of your healing.

For those who are lonely, we ask you to keep them company.

For those who are depressed, we ask you to shower upon them the light of hope.

Dear Creator, You, the borderless sea of substance, we ask you to give to all the world that which we need most.....PEACE.

Maya Angelou
(4th April 1928 - 28th May 2014)

Sunday, 21 May 2017

Peace...





www.allposters.co.uk

Father, Mother, God,

Thank you for your presence during the hard and mean days.
For then we have you to lean upon.

Thank you for your presence during the bright and sunny days.
For then we can share that which we have with those who have less.

And thank you for your presence during the Holy Days.
For then we are able to celebrate you and our families and our friends

For those who have no voice, we ask you to speak.

For those who feel unworthy, we ask you to pour your love out in waterfalls of tenderness.

For those who live in pain, we ask you to bathe them in the river of your healing.

For those who are lonely, we ask you to keep them company.

For those who are depressed, we ask you to shower upon them the light of hope.

Dear Creator, You, the borderless sea of substance, we ask you to give to all the world that which we need most.....PEACE.

Maya Angelou
(4th April 1928 - 28th May 2014)

Sunday, 14 May 2017

Peace...





www.allposters.co.uk

Father, Mother, God,

Thank you for your presence during the hard and mean days.
For then we have you to lean upon.

Thank you for your presence during the bright and sunny days.
For then we can share that which we have with those who have less.

And thank you for your presence during the Holy Days.
For then we are able to celebrate you and our families and our friends

For those who have no voice, we ask you to speak.

For those who feel unworthy, we ask you to pour your love out in waterfalls of tenderness.

For those who live in pain, we ask you to bathe them in the river of your healing.

For those who are lonely, we ask you to keep them company.

For those who are depressed, we ask you to shower upon them the light of hope.

Dear Creator, You, the borderless sea of substance, we ask you to give to all the world that which we need most.....PEACE.

Maya Angelou
(4th April 1928 - 28th May 2014)

Friday, 12 May 2017

A weekend of pottering...


...quite literally!

I spent a good part of last weekend out in the garden, filling up various pots.  It's a lovely way to spend a few hours, does one's heart and soul a power of good 😊


These plants are now flowering ~ I will have to take more photos to share with you as they are very pretty.  


This bed is now planted up again.  Although it looks like there are still vast swathes of emptiness, I promise that there really are actual plants in the bed!  They are starting to poke through the soil now, so hopefully it won't be long before I have something to show you 😉


I'm really looking forward to seeing this little hypericum in flower. 


I should have made notes on what varieties the plants are, but I completely forgot to do so LOL


I was somewhat surprised at the size of this fuchsia, especially compared to the other two (which I have planted in the raised bed in the photo above).  I'm hoping that it will soon start to put on some growth.


The houseleeks in this wall planter are really filling it now.  I do love this planter ~ methinks it will be coming with us when we eventually move!
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